Completion rates of pupils in upper secondary education

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13009: Completion rates of immigrants in upper secondary education, by degree of completion, years of residence and age 2006-2012 - 2017-2023

Daniel Instebø, Statistics Norway
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Carl Corneil, Statistics Norway
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Steffan Næss, Statistics Norway
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2024-06-12 08:00
Pupils (per cent):
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End of spring at the last year
Pupils (per cent):
End of spring at the last year
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Five years after entering one of the education programmes in general studies and six years after entering one of the programmes in vacational studies.

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Pupils who started a basic course for the first time the starting year.